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 University of New Mexico

Go Lobos!

In the heart of the University of New Mexico campus.  To look at this picture, one wouldn't think the university is in the middle of the desert! 

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The duck pond--a favorite place for people to hang out.

 

A dirt walk way providing even a more natural setting.

 
 "Tributer to Mother Earth" fountain. 

 The Center of the Universe.

 
  

Another view of the Center of the Universe.

 

Here I am inside the Center of the Universe. 

 

 The campus near the bookstore.

 

A wooden archway at one of the Central Ave. entrances.

 

Robyn with Toby on the south side of the campus.  When this photo was taken, Robyn was still in high school--but would be attending UNM a year later. 

 

The UNM entrance at Central Ave and Harvard Dr.--across from the very popular Frontier Restaurant.  UNM was founded in 1889--at the time, it was located out in the desert outside of the city.

 

 Back at the scenic duck pond.

 

 Me near the UNM bookstore.

 

 A walking bridge across the duck pond.

 

 A clock near the duck pond.

 

 

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